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Governor Hassan Tags Foster for Attorney General

“Lack of any background as a prosecutor should not disqualify Joseph Foster from being the state’s top law enforcement official,” Governor Maggie Hassan said yesterday about Foster who preceded Hassan as Majority leader in the State Senate.. As a State

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Donovan Concedes to Sorrell

Thomas T.J. Donovan conceded earlier today to incumbent VT Attorney General William Sorrell with Sorrell leading with close to  600 votes.  Donovan is not seeking a recount. Last night Donovan refused to give a concession speech, noting he came this

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Help For Mortgage Foreclosures

NH Attorney General, Michael A. Delaney is encouraging homeowners financially harmed from bank misconduct during mortgage foreclosure to apply for a free independent foreclosure review. Eligible applicants must prove their home was their primary residence, the mortgage was in the

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Psychologist Has License Suspended for Prostitution and Controlled Substance

A New Hampshire psychologist’s license was suspended on Aug, 10 after he was arrested on charges of prostitution and possession of controlled drugs on Aug. 7, 2012. Alexander Marino 38, Ph.D., of Portsmouth, practiced clinical psychology in Exeter and Portsmouth.

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Political Campaign Scam

The NH Attorney General’s Office received information about individuals soliciting money from New Hampshire residents by falsely claiming that they represent legitimate political campaigns. Attorney General Delaney asks New Hampshire residents to verify the legitimacy of the phone solicitations before

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Vermont Attorney General Calls for Investigation On Gas Prices

VT Attorney General William Sorrell is asking the Federal Trade Commission to move beyond monitoring to an investigation of gasoline prices in Vermont. The AG noted, that prices are higher in the NW part of the Vermont than elsewhere in

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Green Home Energy Systerms Prohibited from Accepting Deposits

Timothy Currier and Green Home Energy Systems, LLC are prohibited from accepting deposits, retainers, or any form of advance payment for work announced NH Attorney General Delaney on Thursday. Merrimack Superior Court granted to the state a preliminary injunction relief

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AG’s Office Warns Granite Staters

NH State Attorney General is alerting Granite Staters to the Relief Fund of Haiti, an unregistered nonprofit organization that may be operating in NH soliciting donations. The Charitable Trust Funds division has attempted to have the fund register and list

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NH Attorney General to Investigate Hepatitis C Outbreak For Drug Diverter

Attorney General Michael A. Delaney is investigating the facts and circumstances around the outbreak of Hepatitis C in patients treated at the hospital. The AG’s Office announced on Thursday. The AG’s Office is working with the Exeter Police Department and

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NH Attorney General Announces $1.03 Million Dollar Medicaid Settlement with Merck

NH Attorney General Michael A. Delaney announced on Friday May 18, New Hampshire has finalized a $1, 03 million dollar settlement with Merck Sharp & Dohme (Merck). The case involved allegations that Merck marketed its drug Vioxx for uses not

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